Mandalorian on skateboard thrills in LA
A comedian looking for a wider audience donned a costume and picked up his skateboard to entertain as he rolls.
those who have spotted him can't wait for him to zoom by again. We've spotted the man Deloria going dump in terrible of art on his skateboard. He travels at the speed of traffic goes 30 miles an hour. This masked man DeLorean, like the Star Wars character, is on a mission of sorts. Onley. This man child, as he calls himself, is armed with a sense of humor. I'll just ride right behind traffic with everybody. Police officers think it's hysterical. I've been pulled over once, and I was like, Because Why do you think you could just go through a red light? And I went Space pirate? There's nothing you could do but laugh. Unlike other man DeLoreans, this one who hails from Toluca Lake is revealing his face. Tim Bremer is a stand up comedian who realized he no longer needs a stage. This whole thing got started because I'm a big boxes stupid, and I love making people laugh. And when quarantine hit, they were talking about like 2022 that we wouldn't be able to perform again. And ah, friend of mine's like, Dude, the world is your stage. Go act on it. After the man. DeLorean came out, and I'm like, That's the one I actually made all of this. Each piece was like cutting molded into each position, which is a lot of fun. And then my phone connects right here so I can play music. Cramer's appeal is picking up steam on the streets of Los Angeles with girls. It's like, Look, it's baby Yoda. Oh my God, baby Yoda with guys, They're like Boop a fat I'm like this close. But yeah, kids like it's Amanda Lorient. I think I'm more of a gooney than anything. But But for this out of work comedian, this act is for himself. As much as his audience with some people with depression of pill can help. You know, some people with therapy can help with me. This is my therapy. And when Bremer realized he is also helping to spread happiness all right. Thank you, bro. As long as they're smiling as I zoom by, that is all I care about. And it's the only medicine I really need. As the man DeLoreans would say, this is the way. If this pandemic has shown us anything, you're gone in an instant. And what did you leave behind? What? What Mark did you leave on this world? Did you make it a better place than when you got here? That's just what I wanna do.